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LINKTV
Oct 29, 2012 7:30pm PDT
embedded in it. and inside of this ellipse, you see the man who, at the very beginning of los angeles, sold ice creams even before there was a city. the river that moves central to this land base, that is first water, and then concrete, and then water again, is sort of a wish for the future. the quiva at the center, which is the home place, the oven, the womb, as it were. the little, tiny houses that represent first sonora town, east los angeles, all the way through to chavez ravine. and in the land, the sleeping giant, who represents the mexicano/latino population of this region, awakes. first sleeping as a female, then male, then a female who o has the borr hammered into her back, awakes. and her hand pours out the blood that becomes this kind of march of humanity led by a spirit warrior, who is an azteca. i guess i've always been a visual artist. i was known through high school for my capacity to draw. and as i went off to art school, i focused on painting. sculpture was also a great interest of mine. well, we've just officially joined the -- now come into the next segment of the mural p
LINKTV
Oct 26, 2012 4:00pm PDT
a los angeles para quedarme. captioning of this program is made possible by the annenberg/cpb project and the geraldine r. dodge foundation. en el episodio previo angela y roberto iban a conocer a su abuelo, don fernando. estaban un poco nerviosos. por fin conoceremos al abuelo. estoy... ¿nerviosa? sí, pero... muy contenta. entiendo perfectamente. yo también. raquel: arturo, ino está! ¿cómo? don fernando no está. ila habitación está vacía! al entrar raquel en el cuarto de don fernando descubrió que no estaba. ven. no está. no hay nadie. ( sirena ) una enfermera les explicó que habían llevado a don fernando a guadalajara. vinimos a ver al señor fernando castillo y no hay nadie en la habitación. ¿el señor castillo? claro, ya se fue. ¿cómo que se fue? ¿adónde? pues, a guadalajara. i¿a guadalajara?! mientras tanto, en la casa de pedro carlos empezó a contarle a su familia el secreto que ocultaba. gloria juega. pedro: ¿juega? ¿quieres decir, por dinero? carlos: sí, es... como un vicio, y... no para. pero, ¿qué necesidad hay de vender el apartamento? má
LINKTV
Oct 26, 2012 7:00am PDT
a los angeles para quedarme. captioning of this program is made possible by the annenberg/cpb project and the geraldine r. dodge foundation. en el episodio previo angela y roberto iban a conocer a su abuelo, don fernando. estaban un poco nerviosos. por fin conoceremos al abuelo. estoy... ¿nerviosa? sí, pero... muy contenta. entiendo perfectamente. yo también. raquel: arturo, ino está! ¿cómo? don fernando no está. ila habitación está vacía! al entrar raquel en el cuarto de don fernando descubrió que no estaba. ven. no está. no hay nadie. ( sirena ) una enfermera les explicó que habían llevado a don fernando a guadalajara. vinimos a ver al señor fernando castillo y no hay nadie en la habitación. ¿el señor castillo? claro, ya se fue. ¿cómo que se fue? ¿adónde? pues, a guadalajara. i¿a guadalajara?! mientras tanto, en la casa de pedro carlos empezó a contarle a su familia el secreto que ocultaba. gloria juega. pedro: ¿juega? ¿quieres decir, por dinero? carlos: sí, es... como un vicio, y... no para. pero, ¿qué necesidad hay de vender el apartamento? má
LINKTV
Oct 31, 2012 4:00pm PDT
con nosotros. ¿quieres que mis padres vayan también? bueno, ellos han venido de los angeles para verte seré injusto que los dejáramos plantados ¿no te parece? arturo, eres muy comprensivo. ¿qué te parece si esperamos a que ellos lleguen y les preguntamos qué desean hacer? bueno, muy bien. pero mientras tanto nosotros podemos ir viendo posibilidades. aquí tengo mucha información: playas, horarios de vuelos, hoteles, ¿eh?... ¿me puedo sentar? ay, por supuesto. ¿qué tal? que vengo de la gavia y decidí pasar a verlos de camino a casa. ¿y angela y roberto? están descansando. ahora no más deben bajar. ¿saben algo de don fernando? pues sí, pero... las noticias no son muy buenas. arturo: ¿ya se saben los resultados de las pruebas? el especialista no nos ha dado esperanzas. ¿quiere decir que va a seguir internado en el hospital? no. el especialista dice que ya no hay nada que hacer. mañana lo llevaremos a la gavia. en estas circunstancias yo creo que angela, roberto y ud., arturo deberían ir a la gavia mañana mismo. arturo: de acuerdo. ¿tú también vendrás? sí, por su
LINKTV
Oct 29, 2012 9:30pm PDT
hospital sting. at the los angeles veteran's administration medical center, the skilraining program alsoddresses issues of independent living, such as managing medication and its side effects. what are some things you thi you might be looking for to tell you the efct of the medicine? hypeension. hypertension. think about the medine you' taking. what medine do you take? mellaril. well, i did. so with mellaril, you would be looking for the effect of mellaril on you, right? yes. sleepiness, um, anxiy. at about anxiety? i get it when i took mellaril. ok. mellaril made you anxious, so iwas a side effect that youere havi? one of the things you'll be monitoring is the side effects of it, right? would you be monitoring, randy about youredicine? i happen to take a lot of medicin, mainly sinequan. navane for voices, sinequan for depression and schizophrenia. i take cogentin. i take klonopin. i take, uh, uh, clonidine, and with all these different medications, i take them at different time schedules. one of the things that i always look for is how my appetite is,ferent whether or not i slept w
LINKTV
Oct 29, 2012 7:30am PDT
. really ? what's that ? people working. closed-captioned by captions, inc. los angeles ossroads cafe is a series that teaches english... to speakers of other languages. for more information call toll-free:
LINKTV
Oct 8, 2012 8:00am PDT
donations of $250 or less. at a fund-raiser in los angeles on sunday, president obama mocked romney for vowing to cut funding to pbs. >> when he was asked what he would do to cut spending, he said he would go after public television. so for all of you moms and kids out there, don't worry, someone is finally cracking down on big bird. elmo has made a run for the border. governor romney plans to let wall street run wild again, but he is bringing the hammer down on "says mystery." >> five alleged backers about, have been extradited to the u.s. from britain after long-running legal battles. muslim cleric, abu hamza al- masri, and watch others arrived after the european court of human rights rejected their appeals. he's been years in prison in britain on a conviction of inciting racial hatred and soliciting murder. a federal grand jury indicted him in 2004 on allegations of supporting al qaeda and aiding a fatal kidnapping in yemen. his lawyers had appealed his a extradition to the u.s. by citing european statutes barring inhumane and degrading treatment. two others were arrested after t
LINKTV
Oct 15, 2012 7:30pm PDT
to me, one day i was riding through the third street tunnel in los angeles, and i noticed it looked almost as though the tunnel were breaking up on both sides. the dividing line down the center sort of rose up and broke into pieces. and as the cars sped by, i realized that off in the distance everything was in focus, but everything was moving in periphery. it made the experience of the tunnel very dynamic. and i could see that the normal shape of the tunnel was breaking down and becoming something quite else. it was becoming the illusion of movement. i thought it would be very interesting to be able to catch that kind of thing in a work of art. first, i tried to figure it out much the way you might figure out an equation -- by making little drawings that were very small and then little larger ones or a little more complex ones. and then i began making actual works of art until i finally got to a very simple statement of that illusion in the painting that i call "the tunnel." after the tunnel images, i became more and more involved in movement, thinking of molecules that shimmer as t
LINKTV
Oct 31, 2012 10:00am PDT
he left. alex will be in los angeles for christmas. i know. i feel bad for alex, mom. why? he didn't want to go to l.a. no way. well, many times we must do things we do not want. ni baba huilai le. we will have our dinner soon and so go up and wash your hands, please, o.k.? we have to talk. this is the letter we've been waiting for. the letter? yes, from the company in taiwan. mr. wang: it's a definite offer. mrs. wang: they want you? mr. wang: they want me to work for them. mrs. wang: in taiwan? yes, mei-lin, this may be our golden opportunity. we have done well in united states. we have good life. we have good business. we knew this difficult decision would come. vincent, too, he has good life here. he is in good school. he has friends. vincent's friends were not always his friends here. ni cong lai mei you kuansu guo naxie haizi, dui bu dui? mr. wang: they hurt our child by calling him nes and those words hurt us, too. vincent was born here, but to some people in the united states vincent will always be a foreigner. this is our home now. we will adjust. well, when do we hav
LINKTV
Oct 22, 2012 4:00pm PDT
salir de los angeles de vez en cuando. bueno, eso es todo. voy a llamar a la recepción. quiero ver si angela ya ha regresado. me gustaría saber cómo está roberto. ¿y qué saben uds.? ¿ya se despertó roberto o todavía no? iroberto! ¿cómo estás? ¿te sientes bien? ¿dónde estoy? finalmente, roberto se despertó. angela no ha regresado todavía. ojalá roberto esté bien. ¿saben? me gusta la familia castillo. son buena gente y creo que arturo les cayó muy bien a ellos. raquel no lo sabe pero la familia castillo tiene otras preocupaciones también: preocupaciones familiares y preocupaciones financieras. ¿cuáles son las preocupaciones familiares que tienen? bueno, están preocupados por juan y pati. no sé qué va a hacer. ¿crees que vaya a buscar a pati en nueva york? ¿qué piensan los miembros de la familia de los problemas de juan y pati? ¿son optimistas o pesimistas? van a solucionar su problema. es cierto. lo que ocurre es que todos estamos muy nerviosos con la enfermedad de fernando. son optimistas y no creen que deben entrometerse en sus problemas. después, el tem
LINKTV
Oct 4, 2012 11:30am PDT
metropolitan los angeles, it has about twice the populati density. it is the world's foremost megalopolis, a series of almost continuous metropolitan areas that exchange a flow of people. and it doesn't stop there. taylor: this whole megalopolis is part of a larger megalopolis, which then stretches west down the coast of japan all the way to the next major megalopolis, which is the osaka/kobe/kyoto megalopolis. taken together, these two megalopolises and the various cities in between them, such as nagoya and other cities, is an incredible, vast megalopolis-- by far the world's largest-- and containing a very large proportion of the japanese population. translator: tokyo's expansion has been striking. many people predicted a breakdown with the strain. but it has neither broken down nor stopped growing. i believe that one of the major reasons for this is the comprehensive transportation network. the system's design resembles a wheel with spokes. people who live in the suburbs can board a train at their local station and ride any of the spokes directly to one of the central stations such as
LINKTV
Oct 18, 2012 7:30pm PDT
ghettos of san francisco and los angeles. so, as the group moved and expanded its traditional christian commitment to social justice, equality, and so on, it changed, and some of the members tended to be more politically committed, with less of an emphasis on christianity. >> social justice, inclusiveness, caring about the poor - these are great ideals. how do we go from these beautiful ideals to tragic suicide in the jungles of guyana? >> i think it's really hard to understand why people who join a group with high intentions and noble ideals end up ultimately killing their children and themselves. and i don't think anyone who joined people's temple in the beginning ever thought or imagined that they would end up on the cover of newsweek as a dead body. but what happens, i think, as you become part of an organization that requires total commitment, you begin to make compromises, which are justified by your faith and commitment - that your goal is worthy; racial equality is something that we want. however, if you begin to coerce people or threaten people, then your goal is comp
LINKTV
Oct 23, 2012 4:00pm PDT
sonrisa de tu padre angel. de veras, la misma sonrisa. yo los dejé un momento para llamar al hotel. quería saber si pedro había dejado allí mi cartera. y sí, allí está. bueno, debo regresar. se deben estar preguntando por qué tardo tanto. raquel regresa a la alegre reunión entre tío y sobrinos. ella no sabe lo que ha pasado en esta casa entre otro tío y sus sobrinos. pero uds. lo saben, ¿no? ¿y carlos se fue así? ¿no te dio ninguna explicación? no, ninguna. ¿no lo has visto esta mañana? no, no he visto ni a carlos ni a gloria. era la agente de bienes raíces. un empresario de los estados unidos está interesado en comprar la gavia. ahora, ¿qué estará pasando en la casa de ramón? ¿encontró carlos a gloria? ¿adónde fue ell ipapá! hola. papá, ¿dónde está mamá? salió, carlitos. ¿tardará mucho en regresar? no, hijito. no tardará mucho. se fue otra vez de viaje, ¿verdad? sí, carlitos, está... de viaje. pero regresará pronto, ¿eh? ya les daré una explicación a todos. es hora de que sepan la verdad. ( suspira ) captioned by the caption center wgbh
LINKTV
Oct 29, 2012 4:00pm PDT
esta noche que podamos encontrar a angel en puerto rico. arturo: yo también les pido lo mismo y que esta persona, esta mujer sea parte importante de mi vida y que yo sea parte importante de su vida también. luis: ¿no te alegras? es un buen trabajo... una gran oportunidad. pero, luis, eso significa que tienes que irte a vivir a nueva york. iclaro! inos vamos a nueva york! yo no puedo, luis. me falta un año para graduarme. yo no puedo irme ahora. pero es que yo tengo que ir. quiero irme. no pienso perder esta oportunidad. sí... entiendo. buenos días. buenos días, señor. ¿se le ofrece algo? sí, por favor. quiero hacer reservaciones para dos para ir a zihuatanejo. ¿para cuándo, señor? para este fin de semana... no, digo para el próximo. mmm. ¿cuánto tiempo piensa quedarse? unos dos o tres días nada más. pues, le podemos ofrecer un plan que incluye el hotel las palmas que... ¿no hay unas cabañas? un amigo me habló de unas cabañas en zihuatanejo. ah, sí... las urracas. son ideales para la gente que quiere pasarse unas vacaciones románticas. pues, eso es lo que yo qu
LINKTV
Oct 23, 2012 9:00am PDT
the true one?" and lo and behold, a divine personage occurs to him- the angel moroni- and reveals these ancient plates that were buried in upstate new york, and he's given powers to translate them. and on these plates comes the book of mormon. and what does the book of mormon do? it places the mormons in the center of god's drama, right on the american frontier, which has absolutely unlimited potential. so you take spiritual power, a divine plan, revealed mythically, supernaturally, to a people who are then called upon to build zion, to build god's kingdom on earth, right at a time- and we're talking here, you know, jacksonian democracy- heading out across the frontier, building the great nation because god wants us to. well, what are the mormons going to do? they're going to restore the true christian church on earth. so with that kind of mythic power- and you know, we talked about doctrine guiding myth- but with that kind of mythic power behind them, the story then becomes absolutely fascinating in terms of what they were able to put up with. just a little bit more of the histor
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